M’s plan to lift almost all Covid restrictions raises a series of warnings
The Labor Party criticized the Prime Minister’s “reckless” plan to bet on public responsibility and vaccine immunity, and called on him to maintain protective measures such as wearing masks.
Closed companies welcome the opportunity to reopen, but medical staff have expressed concern about the increase in the number of hospitalizations, and charities representing clinically disadvantaged groups have also warned that they face increased risks.
Mr. Johnson admitted that the pandemic is “far from being over” because he said that 50,000 new cases may be detected every day on July 19-he has already hinted that the restrictions will end.
Germany relaxes coronavirus restrictions on British travelers
Beginning Wednesday, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Russia, India and Nepal will be removed from Germany’s most risky “virus mutation area” category.
They will enter the second-highest “high-incidence area” category.
The UK has been in the highest risk category since May 23. Last Tuesday, Russia and Portugal (one of Germany’s EU partners) also joined the ranks.
Murder investigation after a 15-year-old boy was hacked to death in southeast London
At around 5:20 last night, the teenage victim was found with fatal stab wounds on Woolwich New Road.
According to reports, the stabbing occurred in a busy shopping street in front of shocked onlookers.
After another 15-year-old boy was stabbed and appeared at the South London Hospital, the police officer was then called to a hospital in South London.
The police said they believed his injuries would not be life-threatening. He was arrested on suspicion of murder.
The government thwarted attempts to remove protest restrictions from controversial reforms
The Labor Party and the Liberal Democrats’ efforts to amend police criminal sentencing and court bills failed after their proposals were rejected in the voting hall of the House of Commons.
As part of the effort to reform the judicial system, the government proposed extensive changes to the bill during protests outside Parliament Square.
These changes include plans to give the police in England and Wales more powers to impose conditions on non-violent protests that are deemed too noisy, thereby causing “intimidation or harassment” or “serious anxiety, panic or pain” to the public.
Radu Canu withdrew from Wimbledon due to “dyspnea”
Emma Raducanu has always been the fresh air at Wimbledon, but her Grand Slam debut ended in a worrying situation. She played against Ajla Tomglianovi in the second set. Qi (Ajla Tomljanovic) had difficulty breathing in the first half.
Regardless of her age and lack of experience, the 18-year-old girl easily became the last Englishman to participate in the draw, facing the Australian in the first set.
But she seemed to have started hyperventilating early in the second set and received a medical timeout outside the court when she was behind 6-4 3-0. She failed to return.
The severity of the problem is unclear.